With a number of well-publicised deaths caused by food-induced anaphylaxis in recent years, there is widespread recognition that preventative measures and prompt action are essential to living with this condition. This practical guide enables suffers to take a more pro-active role in its prevention. Information on special diets, restrictive diets and eating away from home, medical terms explained in layman's language an a comprehensive list of organisations to contact for further help and support are also included.If you are still worried. though. seek advice from an NHS allergy clinic. ... For the present. therefore. it is best to eat a varied and balanced diet during pregnancy and while breast-feeding but to exclude very allergenic foods such as peanuts andanbsp;...
|Author||:||Tanya Wright, Joanne Clough|
|Publisher||:||Class Publishing Ltd - 2001|